If Facebook claims it’s false; it’s probably true

The following is a news analysis

Facebook’s false/fake fact checks from its propagandistic “science feedback” group fails once again.

It’s getting to be that when Big Tech censors something, or declares it to be false, it’s quite likely to be true.

Much as in the Orwellian, dystopian world depicted in the novel 1984, we are starting to learn that the facts are the opposite of what is widely stated to be true. In 1984, it was called “doublespeak” and “doublethink.”

Four examples of doublethink used throughout 1984 include the slogans: War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength, and 2 + 2 = 5.

In an Orwellian way, Facebook and other Big Tech “Fact Checks” ignore actual egregious, false information, such as:

  • CDC falsely claiming Covid-19 vaccine studies proved the vaccines are effective in people who’ve already had coronavirus. 
  • CDC Director falsely claiming people who are vaccinated cannot carry or get sick from Covid-19.
  • Multiple outlets falsely claiming “there’s no evidence” vaccines can cause autism, when CDC and others have acknowledged the opposite.
  • Public health officials originally claiming masks don’t work.

Facebook is falsely flagging as incorrect numerous posts about the link between vaccines and autism, even though the sources are government officials and experts, including at CDC.

Facebook’s “science” or “health feedback” experts appear to be the same ones working across the news and Internet, in the interest of the pharmaceutical industry, to try to eliminate discussion of this important health issue — except to controversialize the scientists, reporters and studies pursuing, studying and reporting the facts.

Read more at RealClearPolitics on the controversies surrounding Facebook’s fake fact checks.

Read Part 1 of my investigation into “fact checkers” at RealClearInvestigations

Read Part 2 of my investigation into Facebook’s conflicts of interest among its fact checkers

Below are just a couple example among so many pieces of evidence showing that the government, including CDC and the government’s top pro-vaccine medical expert, have stated vaccines can and do (rarely) cause autism in susceptible children. That position has been well documented for almost two decades now regardless of what the pharmaceutical industry supporters who run the “Fact Checks” wish you to believe.

Read the saga of the govt’s top pro-vaccine medical expert, a word renowned physician, saying the Dept. of Justice covered up the vaccine-autism link and misled the courts

Listen to top CDC immunization official acknowledge vaccine-autism link hasn’t been ruled out and apparently happened in one high profile case the govt. paid damages on

More facts at: https://sharylattkisson.com/…/resource-links-to…/

We can defeat these powerful propaganda efforts by understanding that when they ban or censor information, or make a point to fact check it, it often means the opposite: the information is actually true. And regardless, we can conclude that it’s information that some powerful interest wants to controversialize or doesn’t want you to see or believe. That should lead you to investigate and find out more.

Once we all start paying more attention to the banned or “fact checked” information, it has the opposite impact that the propagandists want.

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9 thoughts on “If Facebook claims it’s false; it’s probably true”

  1. Thank you Sharyl.
    I’m not bloviating when I say I continually promote you to friends and Facebook followers, as the best journalist out there. Truly. Keep up the fight, I will do what I can.
    Sincerely thankful,

  2. If you want to be pedantic, “vaccines don’t cause autism” is false, The fact remains, though, that there is no credible evidence that vaccines cause autism. Dozens of quality studies have looked for, an failed to find, a meaningful connection. What’s more, there is zero evidence for a significant increase in autism incidence. If there is no autism epidemic, then vaccines couldn’t cause autism.

    JB Handley said so, on page 23 of “How to End the Autism Epidemic”:

    “The autism epidemic is the single biggest threat to the vaccine program in its current form. If vaccines are triggering autism in one in 36 children, the risk/reward equation for the vaccine program program is destroyed. On the other hand, if autism has always been with us, vaccines couldn’t possible be playing a role.”

    Also, JB Handley believes that all autism is caused by vaccines, so he does have a bit of a credibility problem.

    1. The multi-pack vaccines from the 1990s bought by the Government for wide public use were preserved with mercury. These vaccines I believe did cause autism in a percentage of children. The mid 1990s was also when cell phones and their open microwave wireless infrastructure (cell towers and antennas) became widespread. Mercury is a conductive metal – and in the spinal column of developing humans with wireless radiation introduced into our environment – a possible recipe for neurological issues such as autism IMO.

      Also, related to FB censoring: please recall that one of the FIRST things in 2020 that Facebook began censoring was the so-called “conspiracy theory” that the worldwide 5G wireless roll-out was connected to COVID-19.

      Big Tech and China are dependent on the success of the 5G global roll-out.

      Wireless infrastructure build-outs do affect human health and our immune system responses, oxygen synthesis, nerve cell processes, etc. (nerves use biological electrical signals to communicate and the saturation of man-made radiation interferes with this). Just things to keep in mind…

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